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Did they control for family history and weight? Just reading the abstract one wonders if the reason the individuals were already drinking diet sodas was due to weight or family history of diabetes...thus the risk of diabetes was higher to start with?

Posted by Esther Myers
23 February 2013 | 17h50

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